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Powering a bright future

Powering a bright future

50% of the total power generated, transmitted, and distributed in India is on the back of GE technology. As the third-largest energy consuming country, India’s energy transformation needs decarbonization of production and distribution technologies, melding of gas power with solar and wind, upgradation and digitization of coal-based thermal plants. We are leading this transformation.

With 13 power and renewable industry equipment manufacturing facilities in India (five Grid, three LM Wind Power, one Gas Power in partnership with BHEL, three Steam Power and one multi-modal facility in Pune), GE Power services local as well as global markets. Our Hybrid Distributed Power system is not just bridging the energy availability gap in rural India but also in Ethiopia, Indonesia, and remote mines in Australia.

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Building a more sustainable tomorrow

GE Renewable Energy is a trusted energy partner for India. Since the launch of the first wind power project in 1995, GE has installed more than 1.8 GW of onshore wind capacity in India. The future of India’s and the world’s energy lies in renewables. India aims to reduce the use of fossil fuels in electricity generation and completely switch by 2050. GE is committed to help India achieve this goal.

GE’s renewable portfolio is all-encompassing and comprises wind, hydro, new energies, and grid. It combines onshore wind, blades, hydro, storage, and grid solutions as well as hybrid renewables and digital services offerings. Onshore wind power technology and services help improve cost, capacity, and performance over the life of onshore wind power plants. GE’s newest turbines leverage a digital infrastructure that allows customers to connect, monitor, predict and optimize unit and wind farm energy performance in real-time.

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